Recycled Style

Where space is a luxury, style doesn't have to be. It doesn't have to be expensive either as these homeowners who are tuned into recycled style can attest.

  • This homeowner filled her living room with large furnishings that she has collected from flea markets.
  • These bold colorful stripes make this bathroom appear larger than in reality.
  • The mural in this dining/entertaining area is full of life and energy.
  • Repeating art elements help this apartment flow together.
  • This kitchen is designed to create more space.
  • This closet is transformed into a built-in bookshelf.
  • Optical illusions make this space appear larger than it truly is.
  • The furniture is the focal point in a design like this so you need to be careful about which pieces you choose.

Resources(Hide)

    • Riley Johndonnell
      Owner / Editor at Large, Surface Magazine
      Website: www.surfacemag.com
    • Ron Marvin
      Interior Designer
      Website: www.ronmarvin.com
    • Libby Langdon, Designer, Libby Langdon Interior Design Website: www.libbylangdon.com
    • Jonathan Lo
      Editor, Poplife Magazine
      Website: www.poplifemagazine.com
    • Craig Olsen
      Interior Designer, Bamboo Colony
      We apologize no contact information is available.
    • Jacob Ward, Managing Editor, Readymade Magazine Website: www.readymademag.com
    • Cole & Garrett
      Designers, Cole & Garrett Inc.
      Website: www.cole-garrett.com
    • Phillip Jude Miller
      Interior Designer, America Dural and America Dural Home
      Website: www.americadural.com
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